06 March 2020
Volume: 8
Issue: 5
Project leaders, Professor Michelle Gordon (UKZN) and Dr Njabulo Gumede (MUT).

SA-UK Collaboration to Strengthen Research Capacity in KZN

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A collaborative project between the United Kingdom (UK) and South Africa (SA) has been awarded a R5 million grant from the British Council’s Newton Fund.

The Sisterhood Club at Our Lady of the Rosary Secondary School in KwaZulu-Natal.

Education Student Establishes Club at Rural School

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Education student, Ms Sbongimpile Mdabe, has founded a social sciences club called Sisterhood Club at Our Lady of the Rosary Secondary School in KwaZulu-Natal.

The UKZN delegation with fellow attendees at the Library conference in London.

UKZN Team Gleans Valuable Information at the British Library

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UKZN staff members recently attended a five-day International Leaders’ Programme at the British Library in the United Kingdom.

Highlights from the University of Botswana visit.

School of Social Sciences Sends Delegation to University of Botswana

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Under the guidance of Acting Dean of UKZN’s School of Social Sciences, Professor Vivian Ojong, and Academic Leader for Research, Professor Maheshvari Naidu, a cohort of five doctoral students visited the University of Botswana (UB).

Dr Phumelele Zakwe presented a paper at the 11th Asian Conference on Education.

Staff Member Presents Research in Tokyo

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Acting Director of Professional Services in the College of Humanities, Dr Phumelele Zakwe presented a paper at the 11th Asian Conference on Education hosted by the International Academic Forum at Toshi Center Hotel in Tokyo, Japan.

CHS Research professors and high impact researchers with the College’s Director of Professional Services, Professor Fanie Botha, at the seminar.

CHS Inaugural Research Day Showcases Cutting-Edge Research

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The College of Health Sciences’ (CHS) inaugural Research Day provided a platform for professors and high impact researchers to share their research.

Ms Zandile Msimango, Master’s student in Community Development at UKZN.

Top Project Management Job for Master’s Student

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Master’s student in Community Development, Ms Zandile Msimango, has landed a top position in Project Management at Ilitha Research and Management Consultants.

Big Data for Science and Society delegates at the workshop.

Big Data for Science and Society Flagships Project Workshop Promotes Transdisciplinary Research

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Every researcher knows that working together across academic disciplines is notoriously hard.

Mr Shivan Delomoney, 2020 KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission bursary recipient.

KZN Film Commission Bursary for Humanities Student

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UKZN student, Mr Shivan Delomoney is the recipient of the 2020 KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission (KZNFC) bursary.

Staff member, Mr Tony Singarum, with UKZN runner and third-year student, Mr Mbuso Sibiya.

Donation of Running Shoes Brings Hope to Struggling UKZN Athlete

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Third-year BSc Geological Sciences student and member of the UKZN Athletics Club, Mr Mbuso Sibiya thought his running dreams had come to an end when his only pair of running shoes was damaged while training, but a Good Samaritan came to his rescue and donated a brand new pair.

The Truth Junkies will perform at the Centre for Jazz and Popular Music.

Truth Junkies to Feature at the Centre for Jazz and Popular Music

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Truth Junkies, a revolutionary jazz band, will perform live at UKZN's Centre for Jazz on 11 March at 18h00.

Ms Michaela Geytenbeek explains the problem of plastic pollution in the Umgeni River.

Neptune Project Raises Awareness of Pollution in Umgeni River

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UKZN hosted a cocktail event on the Howard College campus on 18 February with the theme: Zero Waste Rivers: The Neptune Project.